Wall of Water

The last blog was full of water and this will be no different! Last time, we enjoyed the splendour of The Devil’s Throat at Iguassu National Park. This boiling, hissing, roaring surge of water certainly left an impression. Having sustained ourselves with snacks following this wonderful sight, we made our…

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What I’ve Learnt as an Indie Author

In September 2015, I became an author and published my first children’s picture book The Dragon of Allerton Oak. Since then, I’ve published several more books but more important have been the lessons learnt along the way. Here are my top five. Writing the book is the easy bit! Yes…

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Don’t Cry for me Argentina

From Mendoza we flew to Buenos Aires, the buzzy, cosmopolitan capital of Argentina. From the moment we arrived, we loved it! The architecture was stunning! Everywhere we turned, there were attractive buildings and monuments. And as the temperature seemed consistently hot, a hotel pool was a very welcome sight. It…

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Santiago to Mendoza

We’d really enjoyed Santiago and Chile and it had been really nice to have a few days of relative relaxation. We decided to visit Los Dominicos on our final full day. Los Dominicos is a Craft Village on the outskirts of Santiago which is full of local artisans selling beautiful…

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